Staffordshire porcellaneous cottage pastille burner, c. 1830.


A fine Staffordshire porcellaneous cottage pastille burner and stand, c. 1830. The cottage, unusually enamelled black, and having gilt window ledges; the roof encrusted with flowers and leaves. Standing upon a shaped base, with more flowers, and an arch over the path, leading to the cottage. Having a raised area to take a pastille. Both items pierced to circulate the aroma.
Height - 13 cm, 5 1/8”.
Width - 15.5 cm, 6 1/8”.
Condition - Typical, minor chips to flowers. Firing crack to the base. Otherwise perfect condition. No restoration.

Medium: Porcellaneous

Height:  13 cm, 5.12"
Width:  15.50 cm, 6.10"

Condition: Typical, minor chips to flowers. Firing crack to the base. Otherwise perfect condition. No restoration.

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